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UK MOD releases report into last year’s Royal Navy Hawk T1A crash

A UK Ministry of Defence Service Inquiry report into the loss of Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm-operated Hawk T1A (serial XX189) – assigned to 736 Naval Air Squadron – on March 25, 2021, was released on July 28

FIA 2022: AERALIS to explore collaboration with Ascent Flight Training

UK-based start-up military jet developer, AERALIS, has signed an MoU with Ascent Flight Training to work together on the future flying training system and explore potential collaboration opportunities in delivering military flying training services in the UK and overseas

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Fly in the ointment? New regs vs the EVTOL

What impact will recently announced changes to pilot training requirements have on the rise of the eVTOL?

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Pilot psychology and the go-around

A new study aims to use pilot psychology to tackle go-arounds...

F-15C arrival alleviates training burden on Seymour Johnson F-15Es

The USAF’s 4th FW – based at Seymour Johnson AFB in North Carolina – has received a single F-15C Eagle from Nellis AFB, Nevada, to help alleviate the training burden on its fleet of F-15E Strike Eagle multi-role fighters

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Inside the Colombian Air Force's new Texan II fleet

As Colombia welcomes the T-6C Texan II to replace the long-serving T-37 Tweet, we look at how the Colombian Air Force is modernizing its fighter pilot training

Bahrain Airport honours Tahleeq Program graduates

Bahrain Airport Company has hosted the Tahleeq Program's graduation ceremony

Western Sydney drives skills boom

One-third of the workforce on the Western Sydney Airport construction, one of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects, are learning new skills

ANSL to provide simulator training to Marshall Aerospace ATCOs

ANSL has agreed a contract with Marshall Aerospace to provide a comprehensive ATM support package for ATCOs at Cambridge City Airport

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Commercial pilot training: what next?

Airlines are increasingly concerned about the lack of qualified pilots. Mark Broadbent looks at how specialist training providers are addressing their fears